The Greensky Bluegrass band finally fulfilled its pledge to fans by giving them what the band declared 11 months ago. Back in January, the Greensky Bluegrass band pledged to host a powerful two-day show from the legendary Red Rocks theatre in Colorado. Although it took the band 9 months, to finish its preparations, the day finally came to be. On the night of September 22-23 2018, the five-member band thrilled hundreds of fans gathered in the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
Originally, the five-member band did not comprise some of its current members. When Greensky Bluegrass started, it had three members. The number has since grown to the current 5 members although two other more members have left the band thus are not part of the team. Currently, the team is made up of Paul Hoffman, Mike Devol, Anders Beck, Dave Bruzza, and Michael Bont. The other two members who served at the band but no longer member are Chris Carr and Al Bates. Each team member plays an important role such as playing mandolin, guitar, vocals, and more.
When the Greensky Bluegrass made the announcement in January that it will hold a big full light concert on Septemeber, many people saw that as a far-fetched dream. However, it finally came to be. The band had a successful 2-night live progressive jam music that has a country touch. The Red Rocks theatre was filled to the brim that many fans did not get a chance to see their favorite musicians.
The announcement that the team would hold a big show inside the legendary Red Rocks theatre kicked with the Greensky Bluegrass designing and circulating posters. Many people in Colorado saw the poster that had a catchy look of a two-winged bird that is set to devour its prey. On the poster, the band announced that it would not be on the Red Rocks theatre alone. Two other performers were present. California Honeydrops and Turkuaz took part in entertaining the huge crown inside the Red Rocks club on Saturday, September 22, 2018, and Sunday, September 23, 2018, respectively.